Ligonier is a small borough in Pennsylvania, USA with a permanent population of less than 2000 that has dwindled in recent years.
Ligonier features a reconstructed frontier fort of the French and Indian War. Ligonier is also known for its downtown square, the Diamond, which has a bandstand in the middle and many small shops.
It was named for the then commander-in-chief of the British Army, Field Marshal Lord John Ligonier.
Former railroad station, now offices
US-30, East from Latrobe, West from Laughlintown
Rt 711, North from Donegal, South from New Florence
- Fort Ligonier, . Reconstructed British fortification from the French and Indian War. Constructed in 1758, in use until 1766. Offers tours and a separate museum. edit
- Fort Ligonier Days. A three day festival in October, including a parade, food booths and craft booths. edit
- Idlewild Park and Soak Zone, ☎ +1 724 238-3666, . Smaller family oriented amusement park with adjacent water park. Storybook Forest attraction with giant character sculptures for the very young. edit
- The Wicked Googly & Ligonier Lanes, ☎ +1 724 238-2123, . A bowling alley which includes a full service restaurant and bar with craft beers. Great atmosphere, sometimes with live music. edit
- Ligonier Beach, 1752 US-30, ☎ +1 724 238-5553, . Large swimming pool with patio, pool table, bar and restaurant. Also they host live bands and outdoor pavilion events. Flow N'At hoop troop puts on a fire and flow show several times a year. edit